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Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi ALl,

I am working on this pivot table with column lable is date. The data in date is for 5 years monthly. I want to present the data in grouped years not months.

2011     2012    2013    2014

I am having very difficult time with this.

Any help.
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Question by:HappyAlways
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Rory Archibald earned 500 total points
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If the data is actually stored as dates not text, and there are no blank cells in the source data column, then you should be able to right-click, group, and choose group by Year.
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Not for points, but completing Rory's answer: check out the attached screencast for this grouping.

Thomas

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Thomas,
Not so attached. ;)
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by:nutsch
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Yeah, I got a javascript bug. And I'm not ready to reboot, so no screencast, just follow Rory's instructions and you should be all set.

Thomas
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